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CNBC
Apr 28, 2013 6:00am EDT
. he'll break it down. plus, talk about a magic trade. dan nathan has a way to make money on disney if the stock goes up, down or nowhere at all. ♪ >> it ain't no fairy tale. but it is his trade on the mouse house and he'll show you how you can make money, too. and gamble on procter? scott nations has a trade to quadruple your money the action begins right now. >> i'm melissa lee. these are the traders here in times square. stocks continue to flirt with all-time hikes but the options action desk has a bold message. don't believe this hype. this rally is masking some pretty troubling signs. let's find out why and what they're thinking about and let's start with the desk skeptic, who made a nice little wardrobe change, little -- you put a little clark kent action, with the jacket. >> super strength here. hey, you know, it's interesting. you know, one of the words of caution as we're heading into earnings season was the preannouncements. they were coming in hot and then we also had at that time a lot of macro fears. but the market hasn't cared. the s&p is 1% from the all-time highs. we
SFGTV2
May 4, 2013 12:00pm PDT
commercial new mark, night, frank. and we are going it hear from dan clef man and dan class man some 14 year ago really came up with this idea, we sat down over lunch and there was another person involved allen cline knelt and which came up with this idea and so i have to give dan much much credit for that. (applause). . very much so. and in 2012, cornish and carey, dominated the area of commercial real estate with over $6 billion in leasing and sales transactions so very good there. and you are soon going to hear from dan and he is going to give us that a good look at sort off what real estate activity look like here in the bay area. so in addition, to cornish and carey new mark night frank, help me thank our generouses for bringing you this program they are golden gate university and i'll tell you they prepare the most work ready profiles that professionals that you are going to find and we so much appreciate our partnership with golden gate university and thank the president dan angel for delivering those shining graduate to businesses throughout the bay area and if you visit thei
SFGTV2
Apr 26, 2013 5:30pm PDT
right, we have another honoree. so, once again, i would like to call up, dan, where is dan? i already talked to dan. dan? all right. so this is dan wynn, let me tell you about what dan did. so on september eleventh, at 4:57. public safety safety dispatcher received a call from a 14-year-old girl named tiane saying that she needed medical help for her mother and verified the address and her phone number and provided her with medical instructions. and stayed on the line with tanani and kept reassuring her that help was on the way. and compassionate tone helped tani remain calm and assisted her in providing assistance to her mother. unfortunately she and her family were unable to join us today but we do have this fine public servant representing the good work of the city that we are going to celebrate and we are going to take a moment again to hear the tape played so we hear a little bit of his work and what we are celebrating. >> do you have an emergency? >> tanin >> is the bleeding stopped or still going? >> i am not sure. feeling really tired and a lot of pain. >> and so, how
ABC
May 4, 2013 4:00am PDT
, california. clayton, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. overnight the fire grew to 28,000 acres and although firefighters are getting some help from the weather, they know the battle against this monster blaze isn't over yet. on the front lines this morning an all-out battle to get the upper hand on a fire that in one day tripled in size. a shift in the weather is bringing cooler but more erratic winds. >> it's swirling around and comes from every direction. >> reporter: 4,000 homes still threatened. >> fire and it was right in front of the house. we put it out with shovels, used basically whatever we could. >> reporter: john gregory watched as flames raced toward a naval base. >> there's protection crews all over focusing on this training facility trying to protect it from the flames. >> reporter: amazingly no homes have been destroyed. thanks to nearly 2,000 firefighters, aircraft and even residents. 18-year-old brittany smalarki was helping to evacuate horses when we spotted her using only a bottle of water and riding boots to stomp a sudden spot fire. the smoke overpow
SFGTV
Apr 28, 2013 12:00am PDT
show. the pylons you see over there is a concept, i think dan hodep came up to represent a historic part of the port. and to provide the concept of did you know, and that concept is something you find yourself repeating at a party. did you know why it was named dogpatch. did tu -- did you know that pier 15 was for the men that defended the port in the pacific. that was the part of historical and the did you know. i am proud that the work you see around you is done by port staff and interns. we did not use any outside consultants. as you see we have a most amazing talented staff. the pylons, there are 20 of them played up the entirety of the waterfront. trying to be as strategic as possible with their location. and they is a couple of really neat attributes. and happily they are sponsored. so we like that part too. you can see the "did you know" portion of the pylons is facing towards people that are activating and using the waterfront. and the promenade and the blue green way and the southern waterfront. if you happen to watch, you will see people walking along and then stopping to
CNBC
May 3, 2013 5:30pm EDT
>>> this is "option as actis ac" tonight, bet against buffett? dan and mike are kicking the tires on a trade that could make you money tonight. they'll break it down. plus, is freemort a gold mine? >> are you doing, sucker? >> mike khouw has a way for you to get paid to buy shares at a discount. it's his option trade and he'll show you how you can make money, too. and forget about having coke and a smile. ♪ i'd like to buy the world a coke ♪ >> scott nations has a way to turn time into money using coca-cola. it's the real thing, and scott nations will show you why. the action begins right now. live from the nasdaq market site, i'm melissa lee. if you missed out on the rally, "options action" has a message for you. relax. we are here to find you names that can make you money on the short and long side. let's get into the money right now. the most recent part of the run has been old technology. and you take a look at a name like microsoft. prime example of this, dan, where it is finally above 33 and it looks like it might stay there. >> yeah, well, microsoft, it's intel, it's ev
ABC
Apr 27, 2013 7:00am PDT
from boston. good morning, gio. >> reporter: dan, good morning to you. right now, there is more evidence than ever to suggest that the suspected bombers may have had a teacher, a sort of master bombmaker overseas. in a new government document obtained by abc news, investigators say the bombers likely knew more about bombmaking than just learning about it from al qaeda's magazine, "inspire," raising the suspicion that the older brother, tamerlan tsarnaev, was trained overseas. what did he really do when visiting russia? >> i think the most important aspect of the new documents is the russian link to tamerlan. in other words, did he receive training? of what type training? what individuals did he deal with? >> reporter: the document from the terrorist explosive device analytical center says, quote, such construction would likely require previous knowledge of or additional research into circuitry. it appears the bombs were detonated using a toy car remote control. late friday night, officials took away the boat where the manhunt ended a week ago. while tamerlan had been killed foll
SFGTV
May 5, 2013 10:00am PDT
of all ages, dan, all ages, and backgrounds will come here by the millions to nurture their curiosity. science teachers in the bay area and around the country will call it their professional home, artists will continue to collaborate with scientists here. and science education institutions around the world will benefit from the research and the innovation that will occur here. this has been a true journey, long, and rewarding. a culmination of years and planning and hard work, not just by the exporatorium staff and board, about whom i can't say enough. [ applause ] but also by the city and the state including many of you here today. the exporatorium is really all about collaboration. collaborativive learning, collaborative decision-making and collaborative management. and this process has been a true collaboration, bringing together the staff and the board, government agencies, neighborhood associations, our fellow san francisco museums and many other con stitcies. >> raising the money to turn this bold vision into a reality was a true labor of love for the board. two factors made our
CNBC
Apr 30, 2013 5:00pm EDT
secrets for success. we're tackling all the post game analysis and setting up for dan nathan, guy adami and mike khou. apple wowing the street with the record debt deal aimed at raising capital to fund the company's plan to return $100 billion to shareholders. here's what blackstone's ceo said about apple's debt deal. >> we have an audio issue there. but he says more companies should look into that because you can borrow at low rates. >> microsoft did it a month -- a week earlier. and these guys are also someone that's considered to have a huge amount of cash. some of it offshore, maybe they don't want to repatriate it but paying a big dividend. the hunt for a yield, the starvation for a yield continues. in fact, it gets worse. why not? >> the question i want to pose to you guys, though, is in terms of this bond, does this mark some sort of a bottom for this stock? back -- the last time apple did a big debt issuance was 1996. and that was at a time when everybody said apple would be left for dead. there's no products coming out. one year later, steve jobs comes back, the stock sky
NBC
Apr 29, 2013 12:30am PDT
meal from kitchit is chef dan kluger of manhattan restaurant abc kitchen. one dinner party, several hundred million at stake. >> these entrepreneurs are creating businesses that not only employee that they create opportunity for others. >> and it's opening up a world to folks that otherwise or earlier did not have access to that world, a private chef from kitchit, designer clothing from rent the runway, a black car from uber. >> in many ways, trust is the new terms of this economy. >> that's a great quote. trust is the new currency of the economy. >> it absolutely. it used to be that buyers were anonymous and sellers were standardized. and the sellers were these kind of older merchants. and now anybody can be an entrepreneur. >> since airbnb launched in 2008, more than ten million rooms have been rented peer to peer in 192 countries. the site has raised nearly $200 million in venture capital with the help of investors who understand that lower cost opportunity to upper class experience is revolutionizing consumer behavior. >> the experience is over materials. experience is over mate
SFGTV
May 3, 2013 10:30pm PDT
chairman ameriti who are both here today, dan casper and bill bos. >> both of who played... [ applause ] both of whom played critical roles in making this happen. over a decade, i'm thrilled to be placing this first ring on our beautiful new bell, this ring represents visionaries and designers, the dreamers, architects and imaginers, of the exporatorium, thank you very much. >> george, thank you very much. please welcome now, dr. dennis bartel the executive director of the exporatorium and truly a driving force behind this remarkable and amazing project. [ applause ] >> wow. what an amazing journey. i know, my chairman was nervous for a second that i was going to use an expletive. we are unbelievably excited to open the exporatorium at piers, 15 and 17 here to the entire san francisco community and the world beyond. it has been many years coming and it took an army of thousands to put it together. there is just a few special groups that i want to highlight here today. the first from the bottom of my heart this tireless, staff, this leslie, yes i am going to do it, this lovely band of m
Univision
Apr 29, 2013 6:00pm PDT
autoridades dan ayuda de ivc , en la casa de la víctima encuentran huellas digitales y muestras de adn que procesara el ministerio de justicia de california >> pese a pedir hablar con alguien de el alguacil de calavera , nadie habla noo hay arrestos aún , la muerte de la niña fue por hemorragia por heridlas de arma blanca sospechoso esta prófugo residentes creen que esta lejos de aquí , desde alan prix calavera rregresamos >> buzos encuentra sin vida a algualcil de san francisco , en la mañana lo empezaron a buscar porque su embarcacion estaba a la deriva >> palacio de san francisco evacuado porque salió humo de quinto piso en la calle 350 de bryant por falla en elevador la gente regreso al inmueble >> yasira y ula se declaran no culpables de envolver apretados con mantas a bebes de una guarderia >> condado de la bahia toma medidas para evitar tragedias de armas en escuelas , vamos con conferencia de prensa >> spears y agencias del orden en redbull city tomaron decisiones importantes en foro , para que armas no cobren vidas en san mateo >> enfermedades mentales y presión escolar lle
Univision
May 3, 2013 5:35am PDT
. >> abren dos centros de evacuacion . >> esta bien , todos que trabajan aquí verán dan de comer y hasta creo que nos dejaran quedarnos . >> además de este incendio hay más que destruyen miles de acres en riverside y norte del estado . >> esta noche bomberos ubicados en zonas estrategicas para evitar que las llamas destruyan propiedaes también obligan cierre de escuelas y enfoque principal contenter el fuego lo más pronto posible . >> salvador duran, univisión . >> en si se puede el gobernador de maryland , autoriza licencia de manejo como varios estados como oregón , también washington y también puede ser columbia en días, donde el alcalde beneficia a los indocumentados . >> revista national en pantalla, se refiere en despectiva forma de marco rubio , se ríe de la reforma de migratoria con frase los disparates de rubio . >> ataques contra hispanos en nueva jersey, 6 agresiones contra trabajadores latinos, . >> víctimas de robos, justamente cuándo cobran salarios una víctima escucho insultos raciales . >> miles tienen armas y cometen delitos . >> el gobernador del esta
MSNBC
May 1, 2013 1:00pm PDT
knew how to make a bomb. joining us now from washington is former secret service agent dan bonji nrk o and in boston nbc news national investigative correspondent michael isikoff. michael, these are serious charges alleging serious acts of obstruction. why would these three be doing any of this unless there was good reason for them to hide evidence? >> reporter: it's totally bizarre, martin. this is already -- there's so many wild aspects to this whole boston marathon investigation and in many respects, it's even gotten wilder and more inexplicable today. i should point out that there's nothing in the criminal complaint that suggests that any of these three had prior knowledge of the bombing, were accomplices in the bombing, or were co-conspirators in any direct way in the decision to blow up the boston marathon bombing. which -- to commit that bombing. which in many respects makes the details in this complaint even more inexplicable. we have these two kazakh students who are friends of tsarnaev since freshmen year. they're all sophomores. they recognize the photo when they see it br
FOX News
May 4, 2013 11:00am PDT
editor dan heatinger assistant. james freeman and washington columnist kim strowfl. so, kim, you are down there in that hot house. is this the new. >> lucky. >> paul: is this the new consensus that president obama is a lame duck. >> no. i don't think that that is consensus. look, i think that what the president is doing here is that he has put forward a very pure, unadulterated liberal vision of some of the policies he would like to see passed on higher taxes, on guns, maybe on immigration. i think he is going to push very hard and put pressure on republicans to try to pass them. what he has not done is shown that he is will to compromise much in the aiding of that passage. so i think what he is also doing is getting ready but if the republicans do not go along with his wishes. he is going to tee them up yet again as obstructionists saying they are the reasons that things are dysfunctional. try to drive some turnout to the 2014 election. >> what you are implying is that he actually may be wants failure. that he basically is playing not to accomplish things in this congress but to set
SFGTV2
May 3, 2013 10:00am PDT
the sometimes messy snack, but not for farmer dan van groningen. >> that's good. that's crispy. it's sweet. it's wet. it's everything a watermelon should be. >> but then again, he's had a lot of practice eating watermelons at his family farm in ripon. for more than 70 years now, they've been growing the picnic favorite and have loved every minute of it, seeds and all. >> 1939, we started growin' watermelons the first time. my grandfather did, and, uh, my father was young then, and he would do the harvesting. they would, uh, load the watermelons into small, little trucks and-- and bring 'em to the rail car and load 'em--stack 'em by hand in the rail car, and that's how a lot of the watermelons were shipped. >> dan's right. when it comes to the harvesting of watermelons, not much has changed over the years. the melons love the warm days and cool nights the central valley offers them, and they take about a hundred days to grow before they are plucked out of the fields by workers who transfer them to the harvest truck. while they still grow the traditional seeded ones, they have planted
NBC
Apr 27, 2013 12:35am PDT
dan. >> steve: from where? >> jimmy: east side of new york. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and we're here to play "password!" >> yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: i'm your host, steve higgins. the rules of the game are very simple. i will give each of you a password, and you'll each only give a one-word clue to your partner. one word only. if a clue is determined illegal by our judges, you will hear this. [ buzzer ] and you will forfeit your turn. now, the team with the most points after six words wins. any questions? >> well -- >> jimmy: ah -- >> steve: great! the first clue goes to amy and jimmy, and amy, since you are our guest, you will start off. >> the password is -- >> steve: are you ready? >> jimmy: wait, we have to do it tonight. you can't take this much time. that is ridiculous. >> steve: amy, are you ready? one word. >> plumage. [ laughter ] >> down. >> steve: ooh, jimmy? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: bird. >> flock. >> steve: ooh, no! [ laughter ] >> nbc. >> peacock. [ ding ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> is nbc not a word? >> steve: i didn't hear a buzz. yeah, yeah, yeah.
PBS
Apr 30, 2013 6:00pm EDT
conference today with a look at his relationship with congress. joining me now are dan balz, chief correspondent with the "washington post." and glenn thrush. he covers the white house for politico. welcome. to you both. so the president said, we heard him say at the news conference the rumors of his demise are greatly exaggerated when jonathan karl of abc asked him does he still have the juice to get the rest of his agenda through congress. dan, does he have the juice? >> well, he has some juice. but we've seen throughout his presidency, particularly after the 2010 elections, how difficult it is for him to get the congress to go along with the things he wants to do. and we thought perhaps after the re-election he would have a little bit more strength to do that. but very quickly we fell back into the same divisions. and it's hard for him to overcome that. >> woodruff: why? why doesn't he have what people thought after the elections that people might have. >>it just really striking to me the difference five months make. you know, right after the election people around the president
CBS
Apr 26, 2013 5:30pm PDT
country. we'll remember george jones. and steve hartman on the road. if everyone were like dan stroup the post office would be in the black. >> every year like clockwork, you know you're going to get a letter from mr. stroup. from captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. ning news" >> pelley: good evening the president said today that the united states cannot stand by and permit the systemic use of chemical weapons on civilians. he said it in the oval office the day after his administration confirmed evidence of nerve gas in the syrian civil war. this was the president today. >> it is obviously horrific as it is when mortar are being fired on civilians and people are being indiscriminately killed to use potential weapons of mass destruction on civil populations crosses another line with respect to international norms and international law. and that is going to be a game- changer. >> pelley: he did not say whether changing the game involves u.s. intervention. the syrian war started two years ago as a popular uprising against a now 43-year-old dictat
ABC
Apr 28, 2013 4:00am PDT
mensa members, they have usually good memories. fear not if your toddler does none of the above, dan and bianna, not all early-achieving kids end up being smart. so, there you go. >> i love him speaking japanese. >> he should googled pottery train and trained himself. >> uncle ron. >>> coming up on "good morning america" drp the mother who simply vanished. what happened? the 25-year-old to jessica. >>> meet the young woman who snuggles for a price. is this prostitution? or meeting a basic need? [ female announcer ] it's a mountain grown morning with lively colombian. it's a morning breeze smooth as black silk. with folgers gourmet selections k-cup packs you can turn any day gourmet. rich roasts and flavors... available where you buy groceries. he went to jared. the ballet slippers? i used to dance. hearts? it's called the red hot love bead... oh. ...i've said too much. [ female announcer ] this mother's day, find the pandora celebration bouquet charm, exclusively at jared. find the pandora celebration bouquet charm, i can brew my coffee just the way i love it. how do you do that? ins
ABC
May 5, 2013 7:00am PDT
. >> you need to get out more. a lot of movies to see, dan. >>> and cinco de mayo is here. we're celebrating with tasty tequila cupcakes. and we commissioned these extraordinary balloon artists. they call their work airigami to make us a sculpture. very festive show this morning. >> we'll show you the results. i tried one of the tequila cupcakes. sugar and tequila this morning. watch out. >> not a good combo. >> that's all coming up later in the broadcast. >>> we're going to start with somebody who is bone-sober. ron claiborne. he has a look at the morning headlines. >> abc's going to love that. good morning to you. good morning, everyone. we begin with the deadly limousine fire in the san francisco area. five women, all in their 30s, were killed when their car became engulfed in flames on the san mateo bridge. police believe the fire started in the back of the limo. four other women inside the car managed to escape and are being treated at the hospital for smoke inhalation and burns. the driver of the limo was not injured. >>> and new details on the boston bombings investigation
CNBC
May 2, 2013 5:00pm EDT
tackling the postgame analysis and set up for tomorrow with dan nathan, tim seymour, kim finerman, and mike coe. let's get your top story here from defense to offense. is it finally upon us, and time to flee utilities and staples for tech energy as well as materials? before i toss it to the traders, i want to put up a chart. this is what got us thinking today. take a look at utilities versus technologies. if you also back this up and take a look since november, you can see that utilities has a spectacular chart since then. dan nathan, what do you make of this? >> more seems like a rotation into ladders than cyclicals. if you think about it. because a lot of these companies, they're moving out of the colgates and some of these staples in health care and utilities into microsoft intel. these things are only expected to grow a few percent a year earnings and sales for the next few years, except that they have that yield. so now they're kind of moving into it. so i'm not sure if it's that bullish of a sign that they're moving into cyclicals. >> the move from november also needs to be noted
ABC
Apr 28, 2013 7:00am PDT
were working with anyone else. dan and bianna. >> that's a huge, continuing question. gio, thank you. >>> lots of other news overnight and we turn to ron claiborne. >>> good morning, everyone. we begin with the arrest in the case of the poison-laced letters sent to president obama. and other public officials. a mississippi man was taken into custody early saturday. abc's clayton sandell has this story. >> reporter: for the second time an arrest has been made in the investigation into ricin-laced letters sent to president obama and senator roger wicker. 41-year-old mississippi martial arts instructor james everett dutschke was charged with developing, possessing and attempting to use a biological toxin as a weapon. the arrest came after investigators searched his home and former karate studio. >> did you ever handle ricin? >> no, i wouldn't recognize ricin if i saw it. >> reporter: at least some of his neighbors are happy to see him go. >> he seemed odd. there was something about him. i don't put it past him, not one bit. >> reporter: charges were initially filed against elvis imperso
Univision
Apr 27, 2013 5:35am PDT
, será mediocre, usualmente los bancos le dan una tasa de interés más alta . >> expertos añaden que a la hora de incrementar el crédito, el factor racial no juega ningún papel . >> si eres blanco, amarillo, negro, rojo azul, no les importa, les imprta la persona . >> los latinos no escatiman en una propiedad, ¿qué más se puede hacer para estar preparado a la hora de comparr una propiedad y no pagar demás ?. >> para tener mejor crédito es mejor tenerlo menos del 50 por ceinto del límite de crédito, si tienes una tarjeta de mil dólares, que no pase los 500 dólares . >> por no seguir los debidos procedimientos bancarios, los latinos pagan 100 mil dólares más por el préstamo . >> la cámara de represntantes ratificó una medida aprobada por el senado por la solventaicón de controladores aéreos, miles de pasajeros quedaron varadaos porque dieron días libes a 1300 controladres aéreos, casi 12 años después encontraron el oq pase ser el tren de aterrizaje de un avión piloteado por un terrorista, fue encontrada en tre una mezquita y el edificio, donde contiene el número d
Univision
May 1, 2013 11:00pm PDT
unidos ahora les dan la epalda , es la hisrtoria de dos ex militares >> incendios consumen matorrales bomberos aún no los pueden apagar >> noticias univisión 14 solo a las 11 >> hola, ¿qué tal?, muy buenas noches soy leon >> y maria leticia gracias por compañarnos >> en día de marchas pro reforma migratoria en la bahia se manifestaron diferente em longton beach hiiceorn huelga de hambre >> en esta iglesia pasan primera noche del ayuno que se extiende por 11 días , aquí adentro esta ana que cuenta su historia >> en momentos de reflexion antes de iniciar varios días de ayuno en la iglesia metodista trinidad, ana dejara de alimentarse 3 días ella con su hija menor se llenaron de entusiamo en la plaza civica por marcha pro inmigración >> tengo 3 hijos en méxico hace 10 años a no los veo >> los recuerdos son intentsos >> el mayor tiene 26 años , de 23 y 20 años >> ¿qué te impulso cuando viniste ? >> por mis hijos porque en méxico es dificil la situación quería que mis hijos estudiaran lo que yo no pude >> la via no es facil >> si no lleva uno seguro bueno no te dan trab
Univision
Apr 28, 2013 11:00pm PDT
20 que me dan aquí en tv y novelas y me sigo sorprendiendo como si fuera el primero, a mi público maravilloso, que me hace ser la que yo soy, que me hace ser quién soy y que me va a permitir con su afectoy cariño lograr más cosas, a los mejores fans del mundo que son mis fans, que son maravillosos, gracias a dios, y gracias a la vida que me sigue dando tanto, los quiero mucho (aplausos) >>> el mejor actor villano, con nosotros eva, de la telenovela libre para
SFGTV
May 1, 2013 5:30am PDT
us and even this fabulous institution across the street, dan, thank you. our founder, frank openhimer when he started the exporatorium created something unlike it in the rest of the we woulder. it led to the movement of thousand of similar institutions since that time and never really wanted to call it a museum and he searched for a different word and it was our neighborhood across the street, who sat down with frank to come up with the word exporatorium. but to us, the staff, we really believe that it is this wonderful, zany public, learning laboratory. and where we get to invent and create things all of the time and now we have this beautiful new platform of which to do that work. but it took my predecessor who is also here today, a french physicist. to boldly declare that it is not a place, but an idea, an idea and way of thinking to change the way was learned, and for the exporatorium and its brand. today, i'm just so delighted, that we have a chance, to open up our doors with more space, more exhibits, more classrooms, more play, by our own estimates we believe that our
ABC
Apr 29, 2013 11:00pm PDT
to you this way n.record territory. dan. >> okay thanks investment we are once again focused on fair danger as it warms up and lillian is on that story live for us tonight. lillian. >> this cal fire station is increasing staffing tomorrow all because of red flag warning and it's only april. >> this brush fire that break out in contra costa county today may a sign of things to come. firefighters throughout the bay area are gearing up for whether could be a very busy couple of daisy. red flag warning takes effect tuesday at 6:00 p.m. cal fir station in pinole is prepared. 6 engine staff instead of two not even technically fire season yet. >> definitely we start early. definitely ahead of schedule. at least two to 3 week ahead of schedule. >> concern is primarily areas above 1,000 feet east bay to east santa clara county. wind gust expected to reach 50 to 60 miles per hour and vegetation is at record dry level for this time of year. firefighters worry that people may not realize the danger since it's only april. >> the fact that we are 2 to 3 week early and the fact that we are goi
SFGTV
May 4, 2013 11:00am PDT
. [ applause ] thank you, dan. dan i just wanted to say, thank you for your great work and leadership, you are quickly earning, this new title that we are creating here, explainer extradinaire. in fact when we were pulling up to the station this morning and greeted by the warm and wonderful staff, the first question is how do you feel, mayor? andvy to be honest with you, i feel like the kid in the family who is just moved into san francisco, and about to be shown his or her bedroom. you kind of get really excited. so good morning, everybody and welcome to our wonderful water front, that is wonderful to be here with lieutenant government, newsom or chiu and scott weiner i saw him here as well and our city attorney and the director of the port and our treasurer, here as well. and of course, the exporatorium team of dennis bartel george, and dr. rob semp er all here today on this momentus occasion, thank you everyone, our port commissioners here as well are here too. and i want to just make sure that everybody remembers that it was in 2006, that lieutenant governor made a promise made a promi
NBC
May 5, 2013 4:30pm PDT
is dan rather, the bbc's katty kay and david ignatius of the washington post. rm president obama was elected actually to accept a new reality. look at his caution way back in the early days of his first campaign. ? no president should ever hesitate to use force une i larlely if -- unilaterally if necessary to protect our vital interests whether attacked. but when we use force in situations other than self-defense we should make every effort to garner the clear support and participation of others. chris: but this this week -- week the president said if chemical weapons were approved for use bit assad forces he may look at a range of options. >> there are some options we might not consider otherwise that we would strongly consider. chris: now he says only if it's proven that the assad forces themselves used them and 9 international community has to accept that fact before we move and even then he's going to just consider options. sounds like he's still cautious. >> the translation is he's very cautious. realizing it's very easy to get in and extremely difficult to get out and reali
FOX News
May 5, 2013 12:00pm PDT
panel, dan henninger, james freeman and washington columnist kim strous sal. you are down in that hot house. is this the new consensus sus that is he a lame duck? >> no, i don't think that is the consensus. what i think the president is doing here, he has put forward a very liberal vision of some of the policies he would like to see passed on higher taxes, on guns, maybe on immigration. i think he is going to push very hard and put pressure on republicans to try to pass it. he is not willing to compromise much in the aiding of that passage. what he is doing, if the republicans do not go along with his wishes, he is going to key them up and say they are obstructionists and try to drive turnout in the 2014 election. >> paul: what you are saying and implying, he actually maybe wants failure. that he basically is playing not to accomplish things in this congress but to set up for the next congress to defeated republicans in the election? >> i think you have to wonder if that is not what it is. look what he said out there. when you say you want higher taxes knowing that the republicans sai
KICU
May 3, 2013 4:00am PDT
break. thanks guys. - thanks. we're moving on to chart talk now with trader dan deming of stutland equities. dan, what market signals are you seeing? - well angie, i tell you right now, you look at the comeback that the market had yesterday after the initial kind of sell- in-may mentality that kicked in a little bit on may 1st. we saw the market weakness, and we did see some hedging going on as far as the vix is concerned. we saw a big buyer of the may 16 calls rolling into may 1st. but ultimately yesterday we saw the market rally and go to new highs as far as the spx. just slightly, but still new highs. nasdaq breaking out now to a 12.5-ear high after yesterday's move. rolling into unemployment, we are still seeing some concerns out there, but ultimately right now, the fact that we were able to recoup the initial drop on may 1st bodes pretty well, i think, at least rolling into unemployment. - i love this market, i love what it's doing for people's portfolios, but i am concerned here, because i find myself saying things like we did back in the 2000's and 90's: "how you make money
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